One of the architect’s San Francisco masterworks, built for an art collector, is open Sunday, May 24 from 2:00pm-4:00pm.

TourSilicon Valley Modern Home TourHop in the car and brace yourself for beautifully refreshed Eichlers during this year's Silicon Valley stop on the national Modern Home Tour circuit.

Architect Edward H. Fickett was one of LA’s Mid-century greats. New to the market, this lovely house exemplifies all the optimism of the period. Open on Sunday, May 3, from 2:00p to 4:00pm.

Los Angeles architect Linda Brettler gave this ranch house a sophisticated new look and a deep color palette. It’s open on Sunday, November 9 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

Understated but opulent, this c.1969 stone and wood house in Pasadena’s Oak Knolls neighborhood just came on the market.

Between 1950 and 1960, Los Angeles was at the forefront of the modern residential design movement and a new way of thinking about the way people could live. These renovated examples of that time are open this Sunday, June 1 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm

This woodsy, witty exercise in Mid-Century Modernism retains its original details and great views.

If a weekend without the Alameda or Candlestick antique shows gives you the sads, chin up. Tonight you can find all those MCM treasures you adore, and you don't even have to dig for them. Just head over to Oakland, where the Modernist Pop-Up Shop will be, um, popping up from 6 to 9pm.

Recently DWR began carrying several pieces designed by Finn Juhl. You may remember reading about the Poet Sofa a few months ago, but another favorite is the curvaceous Pelican Chair.  Although the Danish architect-designer created it 70 years ago, it looks just as beautiful today.

  Donald Wexler is one of the defining architects of the mid-century Palm Springs Modern style. The house he designed for Dinah Shore in 1964 is for sale after an over-the-top renovation.